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How can i fix the orgasm problem when i masturbate ?

I am uncircumcied, and my glans is not sensitive. I started to masturbate when I was 10 years old and now I m almost 14. Right now every time I masturbate I cannot really feel the orgasm(I know what it feels like, because I used to feel them but now I can t), is it because my glans are not sensitve, or because I use the same way to masturbate, or is it because I masturbate too fast, or is it because I masturbate too often(about 1 every 1-2 days, max. 1 per day), or is it because I started to masturbate too early??? What can I do to fix this problem??? Is this a type of health problem? I m really worried! Please Help Me!
Asked On : Thu, 7 Jul 2011
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Dermatologist 's  Response
hi
i think u have no problem at all
the answer of ur all question is no
there is no harm to body by masturbation
it is very natural and normal
ya ,u have started it earlier but it may not the reason
i think u have psychological problem only
be positive ,dont think any negative thoughts
do regular exercise and eat healthy diet .
Answered: Thu, 7 Jul 2011
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